Spring has officially sprung!If a big spring clean is on your to-do list this time of year, do yourself a favor and start with your HVAC system. Spring is a perfect time to take a good look at your unit…here’s why.
Spring Specials on HVAC Service
At MTB Mechanical, Spring is always one of our busiest times of year! Charlotteans are turning on their AC after long months of dormancy and realizing they need service fast. Scheduling your routine AC maintenance check before the rush can save you money and allow for more flexibility with timing. Check out some of MTB Mechanical’s best special offers for spring!
Your AC Unit Has Been Off for Months
Just like a car that sits in a garage for months without being cranked, your AC unit might be a little stiff when you turn it on in spring. Your air conditioner’s drainage hole may need a thorough cleaning and it might be due for a fill-up on cooling agents, too. It’s impossible to know exactly what kind of work your machine needs until you bring in an HVAC professional.
Spring Allergies Start with HVAC
Here in Charlotte, spring is the worst season of the year for allergens. Your HVAC system is your home’s first and last line of defense against contaminants like dust, pollen, and mites, and it needs to be in tip-top shape to combat spring’s worst aggressors. Be sure to change your AC filter at least once a month during spring and give all your return vents and grates a thorough dusting to keep allergens at a minimum.
Outdoor Encroachments on your HVAC System
When plants start growing in spring they may encroach on your outdoor HVAC unit. Be sure to clear away any overgrown brush, flowers, or grass from the base of your unit so hot air can escape. This will make your entire system run more efficiently and prevent your unit from cycling on and off again and again.
Ready to have your HVAC system spring cleaned? MTB Mechanical is taking appointments now for spring AC maintenance visits; contact our team of professional technicians to schedule yours.
How to Locate Your Furnace Filter
Knowing where your furnace filter is located is your first step to changing it regularly, assuring your furnace is running at top efficiency.
Why is My Heat Blowing Out Cold Air?
Your heater is blowing out cold air. This is a common problem and there are several causes from the thermostat to a dirty air filter.